“The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate me away from those who are still undecided.” –Casey Stengel Ask anyone what the most important factor is when choosing a new job and, 9 out of 10 times, they will say “the people.” Ask any venture capitalist what the most important factor […]
ChatGPT, DALL·E 2 and Surricalty…Can This AI Make a Difference in Healthcare?
Lately, rather than talking about AI day and night, everyone is talking about two particular AI applications: ChatGPT and Dall.e-2. If you haven’t heard about them, here’s the basic pitch: ChatGPT is basically a super-charged chatbot. You talk to it, it tells you stuff. It has been “trained” with a billion bazillion pieces of info […]
Wait, Are Those Real People? Heading to HLTH
The Sounds of Finance
Another year, another COVID-driven cancellation of the mayhem that is usually happening this week in San Francisco, generally known as the JP Morgan Healthcare Conference. As I thought about the negatives (missing friends, missing opportune key meetings, missing major news events), and the positives (no $200 coffee klatches, no sweaty crowds, no foot pain and […]
Doing My Part to Add Cynicism to the Story – In Search of Unaddressed Medical Solutions
My lovely friend Susannah Fox thinks and writes extensively about peer-to-peer healthcare, as well as the plight of people with rare health conditions. In a recent article, she developed a framework for thinking about what conditions do and don’t get addressed to patients’ satisfaction (and her friends helped her render it as below): Susannah asked […]
A Vaccination Tipping Point
What a Long Strange Trip its Been – Is it Time to Re-Engage in Society Yet?
Bat Blog! (na, na, na, na, na, na, na, na*) Bat Blog!
The Weather Outside is Frightful and That’s Just the Half of It
See Jane Write! Health Citizenship, a Book About Now – In Conversation with Jane Sarasohn-Kahn
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